Our house scotch. This blended scotch whisky provides rich and vibrant aromatics with hints of clove and butterscotch; the palate initially sweet and spicy, develops a robust, smoky character with a warm finish.
Multi-gold award winner; this shows gorgeous amber colour with golden hues; the nose is highly fragrant with aromas of dried flowers, honey, spice and a hint of smokiness; the palate is round with apple, butterscotch, tangerine, cocoa powder and light peat; the finish lingers with notes of sweet vanilla and Seville oranges.
Triple distilled and matured for over twelve years; this dram pours a lovely golden honey colour; inviting aromas of crème brûlée, citrus fruit, nuts and a touch of green leafiness; the palate is smooth with sweet hints of tangerine; ginger notes come through on the pleasant and nutty finish.
As many as forty whiskies make up this satisfyingly complex blend. The nose and flavour are a wonderful combination of dry smokiness, with rich malt and peat overtones balanced by hints of cedar and fruit with trademark dark chocolate and vanilla sweetness.
This single malt pours a bright gold colour and offers subtle aromas of orange zest, honey, cinnamon and cereal; flavours repeat with a sweet vanilla element and a hint of smoke on the finish.
This single malt is richly textured, smooth and mellow on the palate, with flavours of oak, vanilla, sweet malt, white fruit and butterscotch. A touch of sweetness and light smoke on a lengthy, elegant finish.
Celebrating the whisky bond between Scotland and America, this single malt is aged fourteen years in ex-bourbon barrel then finished in new charred American oak. Aromas of baked apple, malt and vanilla lead to flavours of caramel, char and baking spice. The finish lingers with a dark chocolate note.
This highland single malt is matured in a range of ex-bourbon casks and slow-grown, air-dried casks from Missouri for complexity; this is pale gold with harmonious aromas of orange peel, ginger, vanilla and wildflower honey; medium-intensity with integrated alcohol; flavours of caramel, banana chips, dried apricots and baking spice and a long finish.
Pioneered by Helen and Elizabeth Cumming, two of the earliest female distillers, this medium gold dram is known for its sweet aromatics and rich palate of orange, dark chocolate, delicate smoke and toffee; the finish is gentle with notes of cinnamon and cedar smoke.
Aged in ex-bourbon casks and finished in virgin oak for a zesty character and complexity. Pale gold in colour; aromas of sweet barley, caramel and citrus; the palate is dry with citrus peel, lemon, crisp apple and vanilla spice followed by a lengthy finish that explodes with honey and sweet honey.
A salty Islay dram, perhaps not as smoky as the name would suggest, but a satisfying blast of the famous whisky island nevertheless. Medicinal aromas of slightly perfumed peat smoke, brine, liquorice, vanilla, caramel and honey. It has a rather light bodied taste with vanilla, creamy fudge, smoke and ash, sea salt and licorice.
This Highland single malt is youthful with aromas of vanilla and caramel alongside of dried banana, apricot and citrus notes; The palate is straight-forward with flavours of vanilla, spiced oatmeal, apple, pear and milk chocolate notes wrapping up on a long delicate vanilla and fruity finish.
This single malt pours a burnished old gold. Sweet-scented aromas of chamomile honey, floral, citrus zest, and fresh mint lead to a sleek, honeyed palate. The malt develops further with flavours of toasted grain, seaweed, smoke and white pepper. Its finish persists with notes of the seaside.
At the core of the Highland Park range is the expression that started it all; the twelve year old pours a glowing amber colour, shows beautiful aromas of sweet honey and a light peat note; full and rounded on the palate with more sweet citrus and full malt flavours; the finish shows notes of heather and subtle smoke.
Medium amber; forward sweet malt, vanilla, marmalade and crème brulee aromas, with notes of toasted nut, marzipan, butter, cream and light oak; on the palate, light and fresh, approachably smooth and elegant; followed by malty, creamy, toasted barley flavours and notes of fruit, nutmeg, clove oil, sweet nut and spicy oak.
A peaty offering and a vatted malt created by the renowned John Glaser, of Compass Box. The Peat Monster contains whisky from secret distilleries (all very cloak and dagger). They can tell us that some was from the village of Port Askaig in Islay, with some south coast Islay whisky too, vatted with Ardmore. This was matured in a mix of first fill and refill American oak casks.
Amber to pale gold colour; aromas and flavours of iodine, smoky wet wood, with a hint of double smoked bacon; quite full on the palate with caramel and toffee notes on the finish.
This single malt whisky gains its distinctive character from being matured in two different wood types. Each stage lends different qualities to the resulting single malt whisky. The nose has layers of sweet fruit and Oloroso sherry notes, honey and vanilla. ; the palate is smooth and mellow with beautifully combined flavours ~ nutty sweetness, cinnamon spiciness and a delicately proportioned layer of sherry with a long and warming finish.
Named World Whisky of the Year in 2008 due to its delicately balanced smoke and fruit character this pours a bright pale gold; aromas of lemon, smoke, peat and brine with a kiss of sweet cereal. On the palate it is hot and smoky with bold flavours that resonate with the aromas and a long sweet and smoky finish.
An enveloping 15-year single malt offering notes of cumin, smoke and pear. The warmth is welcome and gives structure and harmony to the flavours. Impressive complexity with lingering notes of blossom and white pepper.
A 15 year old released in January of 2007 from the legendary Bowmore distillery in Islay, finished in Sherry casks, imparting a rich sweetness that blends well with the peaty elements. It has a dark and punchy nose with Sherry notes, juicy Corinth raisins, spices. creamy mochaccino and sweet dates. A rich smoky, woody palate with pine oil. syrup, creamy toffee and malt. It has a spicy finish consisting of toffee, sherry, barley.
This is the epitome of a coastal single malt whisky with its robust character and seaside aromatics. Pouring a deep amber; the nose offers aromas/flavours of smoked pepper, brine, brush fire, toffee, orange peel and pralines. The palate is full and rich with warming spice on a powerful and long finish.
Part of an annual winter release, made in the highest and coldest working distillery in Scotland. Pouring a bright gold colour it is fragrant with soft heather, peat and light smoke on the nose and palate; medium body and smooth with a light floral finish.
A classic from the western Highlands this fruity malt offers a whiff of heather and more than a hint of smoke. The nose speaks of the sea with mineral, brine, and smoke playing alongside of mild maltiness; the palate is rich with dried fig, orange, sweet malty flavour and smoke followed by a long finish with a hint of salt.
Considered by many to be the benchmark for Islay malts this classic pours a golden amber colour and wafts from your glass with intense smoky peat and iodine. The palate is full flavour, rich and smooth with peat, figs, dates, and vanilla followed by an enduring smoky and dry finish.
2nd edition in the limited annual series, The Macallan Classic Cut - 2018 Edition has an ABV of 51.2% chosen by the Whisky Maker Ian Morrison as the optimum strength to reveal a dominant sweetness and the well balanced flavours delivered by the exceptional Sherry Oak Casks. After allowing to breathe for 10-15 minutes, heightened flavours of citrus, sweet vanilla and spice come to the forefront, combined with a satisfyingly long dry oak finish. Classic Cut 2018 is a truly indulgent single malt.
Scotch Whisky of the Year in 2018 and 2019. A lengthy aging process in handpicked casks creates a bouquet with floral, spice, raisin and vanilla aromas. The palate is filled with complex layers, where warming alcohol is balanced by flavours of caramel, vanilla, berry and spice with nut and herb tones that linger the finish.
Our house Irish whisky, Bushmills is Ireland's oldest working distillery where the original license to distill was granted by King James in 1608. Pouring a rich/deep gold colour this offers aromas of oatmeal and peach; the palate is soft with flavours of vanilla and citrus rind notes on finish.
A versatile and smooth blend of pot still and fine grain whiskeys. Bright pale amber in the glass, with subtle aromas of white flower, nectarine, ripe pear and clove. Mellow and approachable on the palate, with a gentle impression of alcohol and flavours that include spicy vanilla, wildflower honey and ginger.
Created by UFC star Conor McGregor, Proper No. Twelve pays tribute to where it all began for Conor, Dublin 12. This triple-distilled blend has been aged in ex-bourbon barrels, giving it smooth notes of vanilla, honey and toasted oak. Enjoy this smooth and balanced whiskey neat or with your favourite mixer.
Triple distilled, with a high proportion of single malt whiskey that has been aged 8 years in Oloroso sherry casks. Distinctive aromas of spice, raisin and dark chocolate with nutty, sweet fruit and toffee-like flavours. The palate is smooth and balanced with a rich finish. Enjoy on the rocks or in your favourite cocktail.
Ten years in used bourbon barrels add to the profile of this dram. Aromas of ripe pear, toasted oak, caramel, citrus peel and white pepper. On the palate, it is warming, with a light sweetness and medium body; flavours of tree fruit, caramel, citrus and toasted almond play on a long finish.
A blend of single malt and single pot still whiskeys which are triple distilled, non-peated and aged in bourbon casks come together to create this bright amber coloured dram. You'll be greeted with appealing aromas/flavours of green apple, vanilla, caramel and ginger; medium-intensity with a fruity, medium length finish.
Yellow Spot is an Irish pot-still whiskey matured in three types of oak cask. Layers of aroma and flavour include caramel, spice and honey and ripe tree fruit. Nutty, dried fruit and toasted oak notes linger on a long finish.
This single malt is double distilled at the sing its unusually shaped copper pot stills (small in size and long in neck) giving the whisky and copper lots of contact that resulted in a refined and layered spirit. It was then bottled at 46% ABV, after it was aged for 16 years in ex-American oak bourbon barrels in a 200 year-old granite warehouse. It has flavours of a tropical fruit fiesta, with dollops of fresh cream and a very slight oaky bitterness tempering beautifully.
A single pot still whiskey, this Irish nectar exudes notes of apricot, toffee, and spice. Evolving into flavours of orange, cinnamon, and crystallized ginger the palate lingers luxuriously on your tongue then finishes velvety smooth and redolent of oak toast.
With seven generations of distilling history, the name Jim Beam has become synonymous with Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Our house bourbon pours a golden amber colour and offers aromas of light floral, citrus, spice and creamed corn. The palate is medium-bodied with flavours vanilla and caramel followed by a clean finish.
One of our house bourbons, Jack Daniel's was the first registered distillery in the United States. The distillery is located in the dry city of Lynchburg which only adds to the unique legend of the spirit. Light gold with corn meal, caramel and cedar aromas; the palate is smooth and sweet with a slightly spicy finish.
High rye concentration and limestone filtration along with highly charred barrels give this whisky a clear golden amber colour and aromas of rich toffee, roasted grain, spice and smoky oak notes. The palate is full body and smooth with flavours of vanilla, apple, sweet spice and smoky oak followed by a long finish.
This Bourbon is expertly crafted from 10 unique Bourbon recipes. A favourite for creating mixed drinks with a sophisticated, contemporary flair. Bright amber with caramel, grain, vanilla and spice aromas; smoothly integrated flavours of caramel, toasted oak and spice last on a long finish.
Dickel was a 19th century merchant who had a reputation for producing the most mellow spirits. Amber in colour the nose offers forward vanilla spice with toasted nut, sweet fruit, earth and cedar shavings; dry, rounded and smooth with flavours of sweet vanilla, nut, maple butter, mint and smoke followed by a long finish.
Use of red winter wheat instead of rye produces a noticeably sweeter, less bitter, less harsh whisky. Pouring a rich golden amber colour with an enticing nose of butterscotch and vanilla bean; the palate is smooth with delectable toffee and milk chocolate flavour followed by a lightly spiced finish.
Clear golden amber colour; floral, caramel, vanilla and citrus aromas; rich, elegant caramel and spice flavours; well balanced
Selected as the Official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby and the historic Churchill Downs this thoroughbred races into the glass a medium amber colour. You'll be met with aromas of sweet vanilla, apricot, caramel and spice; soft and quite rounded with delicate vanilla and caramel flavours followed by a long complex finish.
Wellers is the original bourbon that replaced rye for wheat creating an extremely smooth taste. Shows complex aromas of caramel, oak, sweet corn and butterscotch. This is sweet, creamy and smooth with flavours of toasted nut and vanilla, along with lingering honey and spice tones. Drink this neat, over ice or in a cocktail.
The distillery was named 1792, the year in which Kentucky became a state. A gold medal winner at the 2018 International Spirits Challenge, it pours deep amber with aromas of apple, citrus, toffee, vanilla, coffee and spice. Palate is full-bodied and rich, with notes of maple syrup, apricot and sweet oak the long finish. .
An inviting bourbon crafted by whiskey legends Fred Noe from Jim Beam and Shinji Fukuyo from Suntory. Anticipate aromas of cherry, oak spice and vanilla. Flavours of fig, molasses, and brown sugar on the sweet palate lead to a bold and flavourful finish.
The recipe for this classic Bourbon dates back to 1796. Amber in colour; on the nose are notes of dried apricot, caramel, custard, green peppercorn and hay; on the palate it is medium-bodied and warming, with flavours of white pepper, burnt sugar, dried white flowers and vanilla that finishes with a lingering herbal spice.
In order to create this unique bourbon, the finest barrels are selected and tasted from the best aging warehouses. Only those barrels deemed "exceptional" are then bottled individually, one by one. This superior bourbon has flavors of butterscotch and caramel notes, delicately balanced with hints of fruit and toffee. The body is rich and lingers on the tongue for a delicate and pleasant finish.
A high proportion of rye and limestone filtration is what makes Woodford unique; this double oaked offering pours a deep amber colour and offers aromas of dark fruit, caramel, honey, and toasted oak. The palate is a full-bodied mix of vanilla, dark caramel, hazelnut, apple, fruit and spices with a long and creamy finish.
As founding father of the bourbon industry, Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr. left a legacy. His dedication to distilling began at the close of the Civil War when he purchased O.F C. Distillery. There, he developed innovative techniques that are still in use today. Made by hand, this Small Batch Bourbon has been aged inside century old warehouses constructed by E.H. Taylor, Jr. Barrels are evaluated and selected to create a perfect blend of distinctive character that is like no other.
A sensational Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey, this single barrel project is a powerful, pedal-to-the-metall style of bourbon that has been aged 10 years and has 45% alcohol, which makes it 90 proof. Seemingly bigger than that in the mouth, it is full-bodied with lots of caramelized citrus, maple syrup, smoky crème brûlée and cappuccino-like notes as well as terrific fruit from the fermentation. The wood is only a complementary aspect of this velvety textured, classic bourbon.
Taken from the center-cut or middle sections of the famous Warehouse H, Blanton’s was once designated for ambassadors, dignitaries, and Colonel Blanton’s family and friends. Today, everyone has access to the world’s first single barrel bourbon. The taste profile is sweet, with notes of citrus and oak. The creamy vanilla nose is teased with caramel and butterscotch, all underscored by familiar baking spices such as clove, nutmeg, or cinnamon. Blanton’s set the standard for single barrel bourbon.
One of our house whiskys, Forty Creek Barrel Select pours a medium amber and offers complex aromas and flavours of apricots, caramel, spice, vanilla, ginger and toasted oak, ending in a long smooth finish.
Another house whisky. Aging in both new and seasoned white oak barrels give Crown Royal its unique flavour profile that has garnered fans the world over. Light amber in colour the nose is lightly floral with corn, buttery/vanilla and peach aromas; on the palate look for light sweet peach flavour with wood spice on a dry finish.
Opened in 1974 Centennial is one of Canada's largest independently owned distilleries. This rye is aged in charred oak Bourbon barrels which adds character and richness. Expect aromas of honey and spice on the nose; the palate is light with flavours of apple and roasted grain followed by a smooth and mellow finish.
Matured in charred oak casks and blended at a higher proof to deliver a more concentrated, full bodied flavour; it pours a dark copper and offers aromas of orange peel, bruised apple, vanilla and cinnamon. The palate is creamy with flavours of sweet spice with toffee and dried apple followed by a warming finish.
Our spiced house rye is aged in seasoned oak with natural spice extracts this pours a brilliant amber with gold highlights; very pronounced vanilla bean aromas are underscored by apple pie spices and toasty grain whisky notes; medium sweet and round on the palate with flavours of vanilla and spice on a medium length finish.
They added a little dark chocolate to tease your palate. It's subtle but unmistakably tasty. If you love the aroma and taste of chocolate this is the whisky for you.
Bearface first sources an exceptional 7-year-old Canadian whisky, matured in ex-bourbon American oak. Next it is placed in used French oak wine barrels, and the final finish takes place in new Hungarian oak. Experience complex notes of vanilla, dried fruit and spice.
With no electricity in the warehouse, the oft-erratic Canadian climate plays a key role in the maturation of this whisky. Pouring a medium amber it is fragrant with aromas of caramel, clove, prune and spice; on the palate it is round and warm with flavours of spiced caramel, dried fruit and cereal grain.
This premium spirit is the official whisky of the Professional Bull Riding Tour. Shows aromas and flavours of vanilla, butterscotch, spice and custard with fruity notes. The palate is warm and inviting with more spice on the finish. Enjoy straight, on the rocks or with your favourite mix.
A remarkable blend produced from locally sourced grains and finished in red wine casks from the winery which impart a pale amber colour. Expect a smooth and refined flavour profile that includes notes of marzipan, light citrus, vanilla, oak and spice; the finish is long, warming and balanced
Reigning World Whiskey of the Year, this smooth whiskey packs a 65.1% punch. Aromas are sweet, woody and oaky with a hint of vanilla. The taste is exceptionally smooth with notes of caramel, vanilla and a hint of chocolate balanced with the spiciness of rye and black currant.
Double barrel refers to the unique process of individually aging the whiskies in oak and then, after blending, aging again in bourbon barrels. Pouring a bright golden amber it offers aromas of butterscotch and sweet citrus with a touch of spice; expect soft, round fruit flavours on the palate and a smooth buttery finish.
Amber gold in colour. Complex aromas of buttery caramel, rich vanilla, a hint of spice and wood. The taste is ultra-smooth with the sweetness from the caramel and toffee notes combining with the spiciness of rye and underlying wood befitting a liquid aged for 20 years. The finish is warm and lingering with hints of caramel, toffee and spice.
Craft-distilled in British Columbia, this peated whisky has multiple gold awards and a 95.5 score in the 2019 Whisky Bible. Pale lemon colour; peat, honey, apple, citrus and herbal notes; baking spice, butter, flower, honey and orange flavours; a sweet palate with a hint of caramel introduces itself to a lengthy finish.
Our house white rum is aged for a minimum of 1 year in charred American oak this classic bar essential offers subtle aromas with hints of citrus, vanilla and herbal elements over a spirity foundation; dry on the palate, light to medium bodied, delicately flavoured with light vanilla tones, hints of pepper and spice leading to a dry, clean finish.
One of our house spiced rums. Mixed spices, special fruit flavours and heavy vanilla notes come together with a slight spiciness on a rich palate to create a perfectly balanced spirit with a smooth finish. Flavourful with notes of vanilla, toffee, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg and dried apricot this is perfect for mixing with fruit juice or soda.
Nothing beats an original, but Malibu isn't just an original, it's sunshine in a bottle with a smooth fresh flavour. Clear, water-like in appearance; sweet coconut aromas and flavours. A necessity for creating tropical cocktails that transport you to a Carribean paradise.
Our other house spiced rum is the imported black rum from the Caribbean that is blended with more than 13 secret spices to create this mythical beast of a spiced rum. Intense molasses, spice and brown sugar aromas on the nose and rich coffee, chocolate, vanilla bean, spice, molasses and clove flavours on the palate make this ideal in mixed drinks.
Produced in the heart of Jamaica, this signature blend combines rums of different styles and ages. The result is a brilliant golden amber colour, complex aromas of sweet fruit, citrus, dried apricots, fresh peach, hints of molasses and oak. These aromas flow onto a full-bodied palate with a soft, subtle finish.
The age statement on this rum indicates the youngest rum in the blend, even though the oldest may be many years older. Pouring an enticing amber you are greeted by the rich nose of raisin, molasses, and a hint of coconut; creamy on the palate with contrasting notes of creamy butterscotch and a hint of candied orange peel.
This craft spirit is made in small batches at a 19th century distillery in Barbados, using a 400-year-old recipe. Rumoured to be a favourite of sailors and seaside merchants in the colonial West Indies, its tropical fruit and spicy notes give it a distinctively Caribbean character.
Flor de Caña translated means 'flower of the cane' and this rum from Nicaragua certainly reflects its name with fragrant floral and vanilla notes being dominant. The palate is drier than expected with medium weight, and some clove, dark chocolate, and dried fruit flavours on a warming, medium-length finish.
Crafted in Guatemala, it is a blend of rums between 6 and 23 years old. Wonderfully intricate with honeyed butterscotch, spiced oak and raisined fruit, showcasing the complexity of the sistema solera aging process
This inviting XO rum is aged for up to 18 years in bourbon barrels and finished in Sherry casks. You'll find aromas of toffee, toasted oak, and vanilla, followed by notes of coffee, orange zest and pepper on the palate. Medium-bodied and sweet with a long-lasting finish
Made from rums of between 21 and 25 years of age, matured in 45 gallon oak casks, within six degrees of the equator in Guyana. El Dorado 21 was awarded a Gold at the International Rum Festival 2003 here in Canada. Most remarkably, this was the highest scoring rum ever to be tasted by the Beverage Tasting Institute in Chicago.
The world's most popular Cognac, Hennessy VS is the modern-day equivalent of the original Hennessy 3-Star. It is an expression of expertise and consistency, centuries in the making. Intense character and full-bodied flavours of toasted almond, fresh grapes, and citrus zest make this ideal served neat or in a cocktail
Starting as a premium Anejo, this tequila is then finished for an additional 4 months in charred oak whisky barrels. Pale amber in colour; aromas show a distinct agave character with white pepper and intense caramel notes; full-bodied with rich smoke, oak spice, caramel, dried citrus and a hint of spice on the long finish.
Made traditionally in Oaxaca by Pedro Hernández, this mezcal is double-distilled in a copper still and is bottled at 94 proof. It is a mezcal with fruity tones, sweet and a slight coconut flavor; followed by hints of herbs and spices and campfire smoke.
Made in the highlands of the Sierra Madre Occidental, Raicilla is an agave spirit deeply rooted in tradition. With a 400 year history in Mexico, this artisan spirit highlights the floral characteristics of the Maximiliana agave, with notes of hibiscus, beach plum and pineapple.
Aged for eight months in white American oak barrels, this is a fine example of reposado. Golden in colour with an enticing bouquet of citrus, stone fruits and spice. Smooth and elegant on the palate with flavours of pear, dark chocolate, vanilla, hints of cinnamon coming through on a warm silky finish. Sip on its own.
Tequila Adictivo Extra Añejo is 100% pure Blue Agave tequila that is aged for 7 years in french oak barrels. It is dark amber with reddish hues with sweet and fruity aromas. It has a sweet, toasted flavour with hints of vanilla.
Our house gin is created from a combination of ten botanicals, including juniper berries from Tuscany, which are vapour infused for delicate extraction. This process results in elegant aromas and complex flavours that are clean and balanced with a crisp finish.
Infused with Bulgarian Rosa Damascena and specially selected cucumbers from the finest producers, Hendrick's prides itself on being a bit out of the ordinary. The eleven botanicals intermingle with rose and cucumber to create a palate of floral, juniper, citrus and cucumber flavours balanced with a creamy texture.
Carefully crafted, seven times distilled, charcoal filtered and combined with our pristine water to yield an exceptionally clean taste experience. Smooth Like No Other vodka is printed on each bottle and is the promise to our customers that we are proud to uphold. Neat, chilled or with mixers, the commitment to quality is evidenced with each sip.
Lost River Distillery crafts Premium Vodka from the finest Prairie grains and naturally pure artesian spring water using time honoured techniques that have been passed down within the family for generations. The result is an exceptionally clean and smooth Vodka with a uniquely vibrant spirit that captures the essence of the Prairies.
Using only the finest ingredients, Grey Goose is renowned for its smooth and silky character. Expect subtle aromas of sweet citrus and white flowers; the palate is soft with a gentle and subtle sweetness that envelops your mouth; warm and spicy on the finish. Perfect in a classic martini.
The full list of the 56 botanicals that go into making this complex liqueur is a closely guarded secret. This mysterious liquid is aged for up to a year in German oak barrels, before bottling. Expect some sweetness on the palate along with a myriad of flavours that include citrus, spice and a hint of bitterness.
The blending of smooth Canadian whisky and intense cinnamon flavour result in a bold shot that is fragrant with pronounced aromas of cinnamon and spice; on the palate the spicy flavours of cinnamon intermingle with caramel notes on a long, hot finish.
World-renowned Baileys is a natural marriage of fresh Irish dairy cream and Irish Whiskey. Fragrant and flavourful with fresh coffee, hazelnut and chocolate notes; sweet, creamy and thick yet well-balanced by a smooth whiskey note for a smooth, lingering finish.
This classic liqueur is the component for many coffee flavoured cocktails. Medium coffee colour, sweet fresh brewed coffee aroma with hints of vanilla and coconut; sweet, mild coffee flavour, thick body.
Original 16 Canadian Pale Ale is brewed using only the finest, two-row Prairie barley—the best in the world—as well as five choice hop varietals and 100% Copeland malt. The result is a smooth, refreshing beer, with a real beer taste.
The world’s best barley makes the world’s best beer. Voted World’s Best Light Beer at the World Beer Awards in 2014, this refreshing, easy drinking beer is light on the tongue but not on the taste. So nice it's aged twice, giving it the smoothest taste and finish.
Crafted using essentially the same recipe since 1926. This beer is bright medium yellow in colour with aromas and flavours of green apple and cereal grain with a light herbal hoppy note. Light-bodied with a crisp, clean finish
This Saskatchewan tradition is a golden colour with a floral hoppy nose and a light, clean palate.
This locally made favorite pours clear pale amber. Nose is mild caramel malt, tropical fruit, moderate citrus. Taste is moderate sweet, moderate bitter. Medium bodied, moderate carbonation, light bitter finish
Orange-amber colour, clear with white head. Citrus and tropical fruit hop character, lightly sweet malts, with a long bitter finish.
Lonetree authentic dry cider is made from a tantalising blend of old world cider apples, such as Belle de Boskoop and Bramley, then fermented with crisp fresh table apples; MacIntosh, Spartan and Golden Delicious. A refreshingly crisp and natural alternative to beer.
A Saskatchewan take on a light beer. The Pseudo Lager has subtle woody and grassy notes with a sweet malt aroma that finishes dry and crisp.
Darker doesn’t always mean stronger! This stout’s roasty signature quality comes from barley that is roasted and unmalted. This beer pours a dark black with the aroma of dark chocolate and dried fruit. The sweetness is balanced by the roasted malt, with a rich and creamy mouthfeel.
Rebels love the colour red and we’re no different. If you like a beer that starts with gentle citrus hops and leaves a subtle, sweet, caramel finish, this one’s for you. This amber is perfectly balanced for someone ready to stretch their taste buds without breaking them.
Deep and complex with a creamy well rounded full body. Earthy, refreshing lemon citrus finish made with 20% Red King Lentils grown in Saskatchewan.
Don’t fear the dark! This stout is bursting with silky smooth oatmeal and rich chocolaty goodness.